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How to Feed the Anti-Breakfast Eater in Your Family

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: How can you best address the anti-breakfast eater in your household?
Air Date: 4/27/16
Duration: 10
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Ashley Koff, RD
Ashley-KoffAshley Koff is an internationally-renowned registered dietitian who believes better nutrition is simple and is on a mission to help anyone achieve their personal health goals by providing simple but highly effective tips and strategies. A self-described “Qualitarian,” Koff emphasizes the value of quality nutritional choices in achieving optimal health and has developed tools such as The AKA Qualitarian Nutrition Plan and The AKA Personal Shopper to help facilitate this.

Koff is widely sought after for her knowledge and ability to translate nutrition science into practical and motivating messages and appears regularly in the National Media, has authored two books and speaks frequently on the topic of better quality choices for better health.
How to Feed the Anti-Breakfast Eater in Your Family
Not everyone is a breakfast fan.

Many individuals, kids included, just can't stomach something that early in the morning... especially if they're off to school or work before the sun even rises. 

But, as they say, breakfast is "the most important meal of the day." 

How can you best address the anti-breakfast eater in your household? 

Registered Dietitian, Ashley Koff, has some helpful tips.

First, it's important to remember that hunger sets in when the body is actually awake. So, get the body moving or drink some water to stimulate the digestive system.

You can also turn breakfast into a "treat" opportunity, with yummy-tasting smoothies, fresh juices, and even breakfast "cookies."

A great way to approach the morning is to break up your breakfast. School kids often have snack time early in the school day and lunch earlier than what they may experience at home. 

Listen in as Koff joins Andrea and Lisa to share tips for dealing with the folks in your family who just can't do breakfast (you included).

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